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The base (6301) on my 6302 router is fractured beyond repair. Are there other part numbers that are a replacement or substitute for this base?
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Roger, the PC 690 series is identical. Bosch 1601 - 1604 motors also fit in the fixed and plunge bases
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Greetings,

The base (6301) on my 6302 router is fractured beyond repair. Are there other part numbers that are a replacement or substitute for this base?
Thank you.

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Thank you for the info.
Sorry for the delay- computer issues kept me offline.
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Yes, the metal base is needed.
But, it's the one with the squared off top with black ring.
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